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SOLD Traditions Crockett Rifle .32

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Traditions Crockett Rifle .32 Caliber Percussion. 1:48" twist, nice high polish barrel with like new bore. Weighs 6lbs 11oz, LOP is about 13". Has a handling mark on the tang. The weight and slim handling of these plus the small caliber make them particularly great for kids or new shooters, and the rest of us who need a break from carrying ten pound muskets. Also has a really nice wooden ramrod that's a huge upgrade from the factory twig. One of the nicer guns Traditions makes in my opinion.

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I bought mine a short time ago. I agree that a good wooden ram rod would be a big improvement. The aluminum ram rod that comes with the gun is noisy.
 
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I bought mine a short time ago. I agree that a good wooden ram rod would be a big improvement. The aluminum ram rod that comes with the gun is noisy.
The Old CVA squirrel model came with an aluminum rod, the Crockett comes with a flimsy wooden rod that's just for looks.
 
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